groundman


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groundman

[′grau̇nd‚mən]
(engineering)
A person employed in digging or excavating.
(mining engineering)
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Groundman Peter Marron blames Sky television for the poor pitch.
Prior to assuming his current duties in 1980, Johnny served in the positions of director of member services, work order clerk, meter reader, warehouse -- groundman, and assistant staking engineer He has been employed at Otero Electric for 23 years.
Amerio, 55, began his PG&E career in 1961 as a groundman and has held various engineering and management positions.
Tenders are invited for 80 hours 10 -20 paver w/operator and screedman, 140 hours 10-12 ton vibratory roller w/operator, 80 hours 3-5 ton vibratory roller w/operator, 140 hours 2100 gallon water truck, 50 hours 18 milling machine w/operator, 60 hours skidsteer with bucket broom & swing broom w/operator, 360 hours laborer (each), 70 hours oil distributor w/operator to apply tack coat, 60 hours 8 self propelled road widener w/operator, 60 hours 48 milling machine w/operator and groundman, 770 hours tria axle dump truck w/driver (each)
Groundman Atiq-ur-Rehman said that three pitches have been prepared which will be used during the five matches staged at this ground.
PAUL Faulkner is confident the Villa Park pitch will be perfect for tomorrow's friendly against Malaga and the rest of the season despite the exit of Villa's award-winning groundman.
Middlesbrough (Mandale) did well in the younger age groups with three individual winners - Alex Groundman in the U-13 boys, Grant Hawkins in the U-15 boys and Stephanie Allison in the U-15 girls.
Terry has been employed at the Cooperative since 1973, first as a groundman, then as a journeyman lineman before assuming his current responsibilities in 1991.
He served at NSK for nearly half a century and rose as the Head Groundman in eighties.